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    An i7 and SSD would be the biggest difference.

    RAM will help run more programs more smoothly
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    Hi all,
    I have a couple of issues I'd like to clarify:

    PostreSQL (I have an x64 PC and use SQL 9.3) in my postgres.conf file there is no: temp_buffers=(x) - this voice is missing, can I just add it?

    In the Task Mgr, Processes tab, while importing I can set priority only to: Holdemmanager.exe & HudFuncsApp.exe, again HMimport.exe is a missing voice. Is this normal?

    Last...about Postgres...any chance tha in processes tab, assigning priority to "high" to: pg_ctl.exe & postgres.exe (net services, plenty of them...??!! O.o) would benefit anyhow?

    Sorry for messing questions up, hope to be understood. Thx in advance!
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    Hi

    What version of postgresql do you recomand to use for maximum performance?

    Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cindichang23 View Post
    Hi all,
    I have a couple of issues I'd like to clarify:

    PostreSQL (I have an x64 PC and use SQL 9.3) in my postgres.conf file there is no: temp_buffers=(x) - this voice is missing, can I just add it?

    In the Task Mgr, Processes tab, while importing I can set priority only to: Holdemmanager.exe & HudFuncsApp.exe, again HMimport.exe is a missing voice. Is this normal?

    Last...about Postgres...any chance tha in processes tab, assigning priority to "high" to: pg_ctl.exe & postgres.exe (net services, plenty of them...??!! O.o) would benefit anyhow?

    Sorry for messing questions up, hope to be understood. Thx in advance!
    Check what you are searching for, because it should be there.

    HMImport is no longer there.

    You can try. It will reset each time you open the program too.
    Regards udbrky (Chris)

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    Quote Originally Posted by cuore2010 View Post
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    What version of postgresql do you recomand to use for maximum performance?

    Thank you!
    9.0+ should be fine. Don't use 9.1
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    I'm about to build a new PC for the first time soon, and I want to have HM performance in mind when choosing specs for the new system. I've read this thread, but as I am sort of a newbie to hardware stuff, I'm a tad unclear about what's most important. (Sorry if this should be obvious.) I get that probably the biggest factor will be is having an SSD, and the new machine will absolutely have one for the OS and possibly even a second for HM. Outside of that, am I correct in thinking that...

    1) ... the CPU will impact performance more than the amount of RAM? (I'm planning to get a core i7, probably +3.5 GHz, 16MG of RAM.)
    2) ... installing 32GB of RAM won't be an enormous improvement over 16GB?
    3) ... a high-end video card wouldn't be a big boost to performance over, say, a mid-range ~$250 card?

    Thanks!
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    1) Go i7 for sure.

    2) It will help with running other programs, but I doubt there will be a huge difference.

    3) I don't see a need to get a high end video card.

    Check out Tom’s Hardware: For The Hardcore PC Enthusiast for hardware reviews and recommendations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by udbrky View Post
    1) Go i7 for sure.

    2) It will help with running other programs, but I doubt there will be a huge difference.

    3) I don't see a need to get a high end video card.

    Check out Tom’s Hardware: For The Hardcore PC Enthusiast for hardware reviews and recommendations.
    Cool. Thanks, udbrky!

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